Dr Claire Ryall
Job Title: Physiotherapist
She established Physical Health Dynamics in 2005 in response to demand for high quality treatment aimed at injury prevention and performance improvement in elite runners as well as treatment of their injuries. Her extensive experience in the research and clinical management of spinal pain and upper limb disorders makes for a versatile therapist who enjoys a varied clientbase. She is qualified as a physiotherapist in 1990, after graduating from Addenbrooke’s Hospital School of Physitherapy, Cambridge. She has worked in both the public and private health sectors, and has acted as an advisor for different health organisations. She has had the pleasure of working with athletes from various sports who compete at international standards (archery, badminton, cyling, short-and long distance running, triatholon and swimming), and also patients with less vigorous lifestyles. She completed a MSc in 1999 (back pain), and a PhD (upper limb disorders) in 2006 and still maintains links with the University of Southampton. She is currently conducting a systematic review of finger joint replacements in her spare time. Clinical practice has always been her true focus and she is delighted to have the opportunity to be able to share her expertise with her clients.